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Product Details

  • Series: Mills and Boon Shipping Cycle
  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin Mills & Boon (2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0263855481
  • ISBN-13: 978-0263855487
  • Shipping Weight: 7 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,935,002 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Believable characters and a good story line.
Memories
This one is as well As I said before she has put sex in her books and I skip those pages when I read and re-read it.
Debra M. Duval
That being said, I thought Pru was a little too prudish in the way of the world.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Kristi Ahlers on January 6, 2006
Format: Hardcover
Diana Palmer's "Night Fever" is a classic romance that's being re-released for the first time in over a decade. This read is very romantic and sensual and one that will entertain the reader for sure.

Rebecca Cullen has a hard life but she doesn't let that get her down. Her mother died when she was young, her father ran off, one brother insists on hanging with the wrong people, and her grandfather is sick. She works all day at the law office, and comes home to take care of her little family. She is twenty-four and has no social life. What she does have though is a rather entertaining relationship with a man that works in her building. He annoys her, she snipes at him...it's not perfect but it's something. Than her brother Clay gets arrested. It's a well-known fact that the D.A. is hard on crime and harder on crime related to drug use. She knows that there is little she can do but with the help of her boss (another lawyer) she hopes to talk this strict D.A. to accept a possible plea bargain. Imagine her shocked surprise when she finds out that the D.A. is none other than the obnoxious elevator man! No what?

Rourke Kilpatrick takes his job of D.A seriously. When the pretty but young Rebecca comes to is office trying to help her brother he reluctantly agrees but warns that he won't do it again a second time. He has enjoyed their sparing matches in the elevator and he didn't like seeing the downtrodden look in her eye when she came to him for help. This is just the beginning of a relationship that neither can imagine having but at the same time turning their backs on. Will these two lonely people finally find the love that they each deserve?

Rourke and Becky were wonderfully drawn characters.
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42 of 46 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 29, 2000
Format: Mass Market Paperback
She had never longed for love like this...
Rebecca Cullen didn't want to fall in love with Rourke Kilpatrick. At 24, she was saddled with the job of raising her teen brothers, tending their Georgia farm, and earning a living--responsibilities that all but choked her hopes for a personal life. Then Becky's brother was arrested on drug charges, and she had to see the district attorney. D. A. Rourke Kilpatrick was notorious for his hard line against drugs. His good looks struck Rebecca as forcefully as his misbegotten blind justice. But to her surprise, he telephoned her, showed sympathy, and seemed to want to get to know her. Then, one night, his lips touched hers, and all she wanted was to feel his strong body against hers--forever. But was the man she fell in love with just using her to investigate a crime? And could she really trust a man who had the power to destroy her--and break her heart?
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Stars VINE VOICE on October 27, 2010
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
I enjoy reading Diana Palmer's books. She tends to have a happy ending. Her alpha male in Night Fever is a take charge District Attorney Rourke Kilpatrick who hates drug pushers and will go to any lengths to prosecute them.

Becky Cullen is a country girl who's taken on the responsibility for the care of her two younger brothers and her grandfather, after he had a heart attack. Their father abandoned the family two years ago. She supports her family on a secretary's salary which isn't much to live on. Becky has to be frugal with her paycheck. She is the sole support of her family. Becky is twenty-four years old. Her brothers Mack is ten, and Clay seventeen. Becky likes her job. She works for a law firm. In Becky's law firm they all know how insufferable Kilpatrick is and they don't like to plea bargain with him. She has heard a lot of stories about him, but hadn't met him.

Becky's law office is in a new high rise. She has to take an elevator to the floor where the law firm is located, and often shares the ride with a tall and sexy man who smokes mini-cigars. Becky has been throwing insults at the man about his cigars. That led to other insults from both sides, but ironically, neither of them was truly offended. Unknown to Becky. the man on the elevator was none other than DA Rourke Kilpatrick. Rourke took a liking to Becky, because no one has ever stood up to him like that before. Whenever they rode on the elevator, they would start in needling each other. Kilpatrick looked forward to their fencing so much that there were times when he would wait for her to appear before jumping on the elevator.

Becky received a call at work that her brother was in jail for drug charges. Her boss is a defense attorney. Becky and her boss went to see Kilpatrick.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Harriet Klausner #1 HALL OF FAME on November 30, 2005
Format: Hardcover
Twenty-four years old Rebecca Cullen works as a "mule", the lowest ranked employee at a law firm just outside Atlanta while living nearby on her grandfather's farm in Curry County. She has raised her two younger brothers Mack and Clay since their mom died eight years ago; their dad deserted his family years earlier. Though she worries about their mounting debt and expects to sell the farm soon even knowing that will kill her beloved granddad; her biggest concern is Clay running with a fast crowd whom Becky knows uses crack.

Curry County police arrest Clay on drug charges. County D.A. Rourke Kilpatrick is known for being tough on drug offenders, even young ones as he feels strongly about keeping drugs out of his community. However, to Becky's shock, Rourke is gentle with her and with her sibling who he sees as possible bait to catch the real felons. He also wants more from his virgin that he cherishes, but she fears that his tough love approach to her brother will break her heart.

This reprint (under the name Susan Kyle) is an engaging legal thriller romance starring a courageous heroine who gained too much responsibility too soon and a justice driven D.A. who will do anything legal to keep drugs out of the county. Though the romance seems more fairy tale than real, readers will commiserate with Becky, who has no time for courtships. The legal aspects are cleverly designed so that the audience obtains a taste of justice in that rare metro Atlanta region lacking a population boom (then again this tale takes place in 1990) and the pairing though seemingly odd at first make for a fun Georgian Cinderella romance.

Harriet Klausner
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